Analytic Lifecycle

Analytic Lifecycle

Supporting your research lifecycle

Run the analysis – and get the paper

Every FASTGenomics analysis ends with a SUMMARY SCREEN that gathers all results and data files created in the pipeline, as well as a description of the methods used.

  • Want to continue the analysis with your own tools? Just download all result tables in simple and plain file formats.
  • Wonder about the algorithm behind the picture? Read everything about the packages we used and the parameterization that was fit to the data.
  • Worry about getting the citations right? We have them all in one place – both for the data sets and the algorithms.

Extend the platform to fit your requirements

FASTGenomics aims to support your complete analytical lifecycle in single cell transcriptomics. The platform currently supports a range of publicly available data sets from GEO as a demo.

  • Have your data on GEO? We'll integrate it for you!

    If you are working in biomedical research and have your data on GEO, let us know and we’ll integrate your data set to the platform. This way you can run all currently available analysis tools on your data and quickly download results. If you wish, your data set will be publicly available so researchers out there can study it and leave comments.

  • Published a new algorithm? We'll build a graphical interface to all data sets out there!

    If you are working in computational biology and want to provide fellow researchers with an interactive graphical interface, let us know and we’ll develop an analysis screen or a whole pipeline out of it for you. This way, other scientists can easily run your algorithms on the most important single cell transcriptomics data sets out there.

  • Your work - your credit.

    Of course we’ll always make sure your publication is citedon each analysis screen that uses it and on the summary page at the end of each research pipeline. This way we strongly encourage users to cite your work when they run new analysis tools on your data, or when they find new insights with your algorithms.